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National Wine Centre

Attractions Kent Town
The exterior of a historic brick building and grape vines
Photograph: Supplied

Time Out says

Canberra has Questacon, Albany has the Whaling Museum and Adelaide has the National Wine Centre of Australia, where you can go on a guided tour that covers all things vino: its history, the industry locally and abroad, and a deep dive on wine making for those who love to know how things are created. Want to really spiral into the nitty gritty of wine? They have a training centre that runs formal wine education programs. It should come as no surprise that the town that boasts access to globally recognised wine regions like the Barossa, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, and the Limestone Coast should also possess the country's largest wine tasting bar where you can be a bar stool traveller, hitting up 65 Australian wine regions represented by 120 different wines.



Address: Corner of Botanic & Hackney Roads
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 8am-4pm; Fri 8am-late; Sat, Sun 9am-5pm
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